Pharmacists are uniquely qualified to help patients and healthcare teams utilize pharmacogenomics (PGx) by introducing and providing the OneOme RightMed® comprehensive test. Covering HUNDREDS OF MEDICATIONS across MANY MEDICAL CONDITIONS, the RightMed test can help pharmacists guide optimal medication selection and dosing, much like recommending a dosing adjustment based on drug interaction or renal dysfunction. Pharmacists’ distinct education, skills, and expanding role in healthcare position them to champion processes for pharmacogenomic testing and interpretation of results – and with it, a new level of care.
Trial and error as a prescription method can cause adverse drug reactions or inadequate patient response. This often can lead to therapeutic failures before the right drug and dosage are found.
The approach to care is changing. Pharmacists are optimizing the paradigm of patient care by incorporating genomics into clinical decision making. This proactive approach advances pharmacy by improving patient care and personalizing drug therapies.
OneOme makes pharmacogenomics accessible and intuitive to providers and pharmacists.
The RightMed test results are provided in a clinically actionable, easy-to-read report that categorizes hundreds of medications based on the patient's predicted gene-drug interaction:
Providers and pharmacists get access to the RightMed Advisor, an interactive tool to quickly and easily interpret test results, explore more information about the medications in the OneOme database, evaluate drug-to-drug interactions, and generate custom reports.
Additional reports include RightMed Advisor reports, which are customized by the pharmacist or provider to include medications that are most relevant to the patient, and specialty reports, which include a set of medications according to specific medical specialty, like psychiatry and oncology.
Have medical-related questions about the RightMed test? Need help interpreting a RightMed test report? Our clinical pharmacists are available to help you. Request a phone appointment, and we will be in contact to schedule a time that works for you.
If you are a patient, you can learn more about the RightMed test and how to get it by downloading our PATIENT TOOLKIT